Alan Briskin, Holger Scholz, Gisela Wendling, and David Sibbet invite you to participate in a five-day conference to explore together how leading can be practiced with a sense of the sacred–through mutual sensemaking, supporting crucibles of transformation, and envisioning wise action in challenging times.
Purpose of the Conference: Following on a successful initial gathering in Germany in 2016, the co-conveners are continuing to invite, encourage and inspire an inquiry into sacred practice that fosters moving beyond the edges of our personal understanding toward something greater, holistic, wiser, and collective. With growing uncertainty and upset around the world, it has become even more important to find a way to live into the deep respect that is a hallmark of a sacred orientation. For five days we will immerse ourselves in processes that bring to life what leading as sacred practice can be.
Location: This five-day immersive gathering will be held at the Institute for Noetic Science's beautiful EarthRise Retreat Center in Petaluma, California (north of San Francisco).
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This conference is intended for people who lead group process as consultants, facilitators, change agents and for organizational leaders who are called to collaborative, holistic ways of leading their companies, businesses, and nonprofits. It is for professionals seeking to work differently and asking fundamental questions about how to open to the sacred in their leadership roles. We come together to share our insights, questions, and learning edges. We expect that the experience will have lasting personal impact and we invite you to open to that possibility.
|Oct 23-27, 2017||Petaluma, CA|
NOTE: The first 10 registrants will receive a 15% discount on the conference fee.
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Michael Knauf, Vice President
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